Reviews for Memoria
Paint'n clickXGpredator | Nov. 22, 2013 | See all XGpredator's reviews »
With Memoria, Daedalic sign a series of already mastered friendly Chains of Satinav. In addition to its graphic style that crosses genuine hand-made paintings, especially Memoria enchants the player by telling him a fantastic and touching tale, despite starting a bit longish. A beautiful story served by clever puzzles despite some wanderings scattered here and there. It is regrettable that the game makes totally ignore the language of Molière, a point will be prohibitive for many potential buyers.
Another good point and click from DaedalicCavalieroscuro | Sept. 27, 2013 | See all Cavalieroscuro's reviews »
As the title said, Memoria is a nice point and click adventure.The graphic and artistic direction is very good and nice to see, and the plot is also interesting, based on the RPG The Dark Eye. If you loved that, just take this one too.
GoodBolo | Sept. 6, 2013 | See all Bolo's reviews »
I enjoyed this game. The use of inventory, magic and dialog gave me an RPG feeling without the combat. The story progressed smoothly with some fun challenges along the way. There’s not much to complain about, but to an old seasoned adventurer such as myself, I did not find the whole story premise that original…...not in the vain as Grimm Fandango, The Longest Journey, Syberia and many others. In other words, while I was playing this game, I felt that I had experienced this type of adventure many times before.Memoria is not a “Classic,” but a very good game that I would recommend.
Beutiful and Fantastic Game. Highly Recommend.dsilva99 | Sept. 3, 2013 | See all dsilva99's reviews »
Memoria had hit the PC's not long ago, and woah, it was a great hit. The game is unique on SO many levels, and has a story that will last millennium.
I am not a massive fan of these type of games, but I got recommended by a friend and decided to be open minded about it. My first 5 minutes in game was all about the art and animation style. It was different, but enjoyable in the gaming community.
I will be honest, this won't be everybody's cup of tea, but for those who are looking for a great heartwarming story, then Memoria is for you. The price range even fits perfect for it. The way the game contains 2 stories, is just wonderful.
Bored and want something that you will enjoy? Then this is the game.
Beautiful return to the world of The Dark Eyemahon | Sept. 2, 2013 | See all mahon's reviews »
Memoria is the long-awaited follow-up to The Dark Eye: Chains of Satinav adventure game. I loved the Chains of Satinav, so Memoria was an instant must-have for me. In my opinion Daedalic are among the best creators of point-and-click adventure games now, so you may expect that I couldn't help liking their new game as well. If you played The Dark Eye: Chains of Satinav, you will be familiar with the world and gameplay basics, which combine for a great adventure gaming experience and joy. Then you also get another interesting storyline to play through, and - what is pretty uncommon now - beautiful hand-painted graphics. Not any of the popular digitally generated stuff, but real art. I would recommend the game even for its visual beauty alone!
Well detailed.drafek | Aug. 30, 2013 | See all drafek's reviews »
I picked up this game because it looked good. I was right the game does look amazing, the graphics do look like they're hand drawed. The story is pretty interested, but I haven't finished it yet, but I think I'm at the end. The creator has make Dark Eye too which was a amazing game. Worth picking up!
GoodBolo | Aug. 30, 2013 | See all Bolo's reviews »
Memoria is a classic point and click adventure game created by studio Daedalic Entertainment. The game is a spiritual successor to The Dark Eye: Chains of Satinav and tells the story of a young boy Gerona, who tried to solve the mystery of the disappearance of the princess Sadji.